Ports of Call by Amin Maalouf (Book Analysis)
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This engaging summary presents an analysis of Ports of Call by Amin Maalouf, a historical novel which sweeps the reader away on a journey through multiple wars, countries and eras of history. It tells the story of Ossyane, a descendant of Turkish royalty whose life is shaped by his experience of two different conflicts: becoming a member of the French Resistance in World War II leads him to meet the love of his life, only for the outbreak of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to tear them apart. By turns uplifting and heartbreaking, Ports of Call is a call for tolerance, love and peace in a world scarred by war. It is the sixth novel published by Amin Maalouf, who has received the Prix Goncourt for his novel The Rock of Tanios and went on to become a member of the Académie française. Although he writes in French, his native tongue is Arabic.
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